Fantasy & Mythology

There are many different types of fantasy paintings. They are both ancient and modern, and their themes are varied, depending on the artist. Often they are a mixture of both. They can depict anything from the world of mythology to a more mundane world. Some of the most well-known examples of fantasy paintings are by Hieronimus Bosch and RaphaelSymbolism is often present, and they may seem whimsical or outlandish, but there is something very real and enchanting about them.

While you can purchase a large number of pieces, there is no shortage of fine examples of fantasy paintings. There are many examples of fantasy art from the Middle Ages to the modern era. Some classic works of fantasy art include The Unicorn Tapestries and John William Waterhouse's A Mermaid. While some of these pieces are more conventional, others are more abstract. While most examples of fantasy art are timeless and classic, there are also examples that straddle the lines between science fiction, speculative fiction, and whimsy. There is also a wide range of high-quality reproductions that you can order at Outpost Art.

Another great example of fantasy paintings is the work of Katsuya Sugimoto, who creates an entirely new world in the style of Japanese printmaking. This artist paints with mature technique and tender humor, and his paintings evoke an uncanny feeling. A good example of a Japanese fantasy painting is Celtic raven engraved on solid mahogany. These types of works are a great addition to your home, and they are very affordable.